Update, 1:45 p.m.
Three RVs and a 40-square-foot area of miscellaneous items were destroyed in the fire, according to Cal Fire spokesman Chris Elms.
Multiple other structures were threatened by the blaze, Elms said, but crews “were able to knock it down fairly quickly,” and prevented the fire from spreading to any homes.
Crews were not able to determine if anybody was currently living in the RVs that were destroyed, Elms added.
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Update, 12:24 p.m.
Fire crews will be on scene for another hour to mop up, according to Cal Fire. No injuries were reported.
Emergency crews are responding to a residential fire in southern San Luis Obispo, according to Cal Fire.
Multiple engines responded at 10:19 a.m. Saturday to a fully involved mobile home at the 4600 block of Thread Lane and 800 block of Buckley Road, where multiple structures were threatened, according to officials. Cal Fire San Luis Obispo said at 11 a.m. that the fire had been contained after it spread to multiple RVs.
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